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 D'Argenson, with his great wig, large black eyes, and dark shaggy eyebrows, made little impression on the chevalier.  Une Fille du Régent  
 "Now we will talk business," said Dubois. "Are we safe?"  Une Fille du Régent  
 "Oh, Monseigneur, punish me, for you must indeed despise me if you pardon me."  Une Fille du Régent  
 The Regent watched him uneasily. "What is that paper?" he asked.  Une Fille du Régent  
 Abbe Brigaud  Une Fille du Régent  
 Prima Donna Caroline Ungher From Opera RaraUne Aventure d'amour : un voyage en Italie  
 Un jour, il arriva dans la chambre de mon père...  Un Voyage à la Lune  
 Portrait de Gioacchino Rossini  Un Dîner chez Rossini; Les deux étudiants de Bologne Nadar 
 … pria ancora che questa spada infuocata, onde piacque a Dio d'armarmi la destra, ti traffiga.  Lo Spettro del Monastero  
 Cover page of "Lo Spettro del Monastero"  Lo Spettro del Monastero  
 Eugène-François Vidocq From Arras et son HistoireLes Vrais Mystères de Paris  
 Céleste Mogador in the role of Cabriole Collection Rondel, Bibliotheque Nationale Les Voleurs d'or  
 Peinture par Doré de la statue à Paris de d'Artagnan From ArtToday. The statue is in the Place du General-Catroux in Paris. Les Trois Mousquetaires Doré, Gustave 
 La statue à Paris de d'Artagnan From Three Musketeers Club JapanLes Trois Mousquetaires Sanjyuko, Chiba 
 Peinture de la statue à Auch de d'Artagnan © Stéphane DELGADO & IMPACT internet 1997, from le Gers en GascogneLes Trois Mousquetaires  
 La statue à Auch de d'Artagnan From Deanesfield Primary SchoolLes Trois Mousquetaires  
 La statue à Auch de d'Artagnan From Lang et FournierLes Trois Mousquetaires  
 The Three Musketeers, Classic Comics #1 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Les Trois Mousquetaires  
 The Three Musketeers, Classics Illustrated #1 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Les Trois Mousquetaires  
 The Three Musketeers, Classics Illustrated #1 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Les Trois Mousquetaires  
 Timbre français from La Poste Les Trois Mousquetaires Coda, Guy 
 D'Artagnan  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 "He came forward with one hand on the hilt of his sword and the other on his hip."  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 "No sooner had the rapiers clashed than a company of the Cardinal's guards came round the corner."  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 "Buckingham took the casket and again fell on his knees."  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 "What is the meaning of this, Duke?"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 The Cardinal  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 "Athos slowly raised the pistol, until the muzzle almost touched Milady's forehead."  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 "Lord Winter caught him by the throat."  Les Trois Mousquetaires Adams, Frank 
 Timbre monégasque de 1970  Les Trois Mousquetaires  
 Map of Gascogne 1588 Copperplate engraving by Ortelius, published in 1588 by Vrients. Sold on eBay by universalhistory.comLes Trois Mousquetaires  
 La statue à Paris de d'Artagnan The statue is in the Place du General-Catroux in Paris. Photo by Chiba Sanjyuko, from Three Musketeers Club JapanLes Trois Mousquetaires Doré, Gustave 
 Arrival of D'Artagnan at Meung  Les Trois Mousquetaires  
 Athos returned at a gallop to the auberge, which was opened to him without hesitation  Les Trois Mousquetaires  
 Alexandre Dumas, from a photograph frontispiece Les Trois Mousquetaires  
 Medallions of the Musketeers title Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Alexandre Dumas in his Library  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The National Novel  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Alexandre Dumas Fils  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Alexandre Dumas's Pen  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Fame  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, Aramis  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Love and Arms  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 H. M. Louis XIII., King of France and Navarre, Armand-Jean du Plessis, Cardinal Richelieu  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 H. M. Anne of Austria, Queen of France and Navarre  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Keep up the Dance, then, since he will have it so"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 M. d'Artagnan the Elder girds his own Sword on his Son  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan took every Smile for an Insult  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Before a Woman you would not dare to fly"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He sold him for three Crowns  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Three Others fenced against him with their agile Swords  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 All admired his embroidered Baldric  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "It pleases me to say you annoy me"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Do you only wear such a fine golden Baldric to suspend a Sword of Straw from it?"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "A Surgeon! or 'Sblood! my brave Athos will die"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "The Devil take the Madman!" murmured M. de Tréville  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Loose your hold, then, I beg of you"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Good Lord! the fellow must be mad"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "He drew the Handkerchief from under the Foot of the Musketeer"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan saluted his Adversary with Hat in Hand  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "We are about to have the Honor of charging you"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "To me, Sir Guard, or I will slay you!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He bore Jussac under the Monastery porch  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 They walked Arm-in-Arm, occupying the whole Width of the Street  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Brave young Man!" murmured the King  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 One of those passed close to D'Artagnan's Face  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Musketeers! to the rescue"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Bernajoux described the Affair exactly as it had taken Place  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Here," said the King, "is a Proof of my Satisfaction"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He was spitting in the Water to make Rings  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Athos would give Grimaud a good Thrashing  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Mousqueton made a very good figure when attending on his Master  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Then it became the turn of Athos, Porthos, and Aramis to mount Guard with D'Artagnan  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 They devoured as much Provisions as would have lasted him two Months  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Higher! much higher!" said Bonacieux  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "The Man of Meung!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Your Affair is not a bad one"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "To the Health of the King and Cardinal"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "All for One, One for All"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Oh! Sir, Sir, you will kill yourself," cried Planchet  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan was Conquerer without much Trouble  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 She passed her Arm under D'Artagnan's  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 With a turn of his Finger he set the Clock right again  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 What the Devil could that Handkerchief mean?  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan seized the Hand that was held out to him and kissed it  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "In the name of Heaven. milord!" cried Madame Bonacieux  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Buckingham, on being left alone, walked towards a Mirror  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He kissed the Hem of her Robe  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Anne of Austria stretched forth her Hand closing her Eyes  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 M. Bonacieux was in the greatest possible Perplexity  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "But that is not M. D'Artagnan you show me"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He uttered a feeble Groan and fainted  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 They carried him up a Flight of Stairs  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "You are accused of High Treason"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "It is he! the Man who took away my Wife"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He then backed himself out  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "What?" said the King haughtily  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Your Gascon Head, will you have done?" said the King  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 M. de Tréville delivered the Musketeer  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Madame, you are about to receive a Visit from the Chancellor"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "There, Sir, there is that Letter"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Cardinal took the Letter and read it  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "You will appear at this Ball?"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Here," said the Queen, "here is a Ring of great Value"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Where does that Money come from?"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "To save the Queen with his Eminence's Money"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Silence!" whispered D'Artagnan taking her Hand  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 A terrible Howling interrupted these Reflections  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "To London?" cried Porthos  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 And Each put out his Hand into the Bag  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Porthos told him he was drunk, and the Stranger drew his Sword  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 And Each of these Men took a concealed Musket  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 And they continued at their best speed for two Hours  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 They took Aramis from his Horse at the Tavern Door  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Go on, D'Artagnan, spur, spur!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "And One for me! The Best for the Last!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Five Minutes after they were on Board  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Just Heavens! what I have read! cried the Duke  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Horses went like the Wind  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 All at once the Duke uttered a terrible Cry  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Here," said he to him, "are the Diamond Studs"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Go then, and may God Conduct you safely"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Provosts went out to wait upon the King  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Madame, why did you not wear your Diamond Studs?"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Ballet lasted an Hour  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan cast himself on his knees  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Ah, you are a deep one!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Sell this Ring? Never!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Planchet, much astonished, was busy grooming them  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 In an instant, he was among the Branches  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He climbed the Ladder very carefully  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Two of the Men appeared bearing the Woman in their Arms and carried her to the Carriage  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Your Stockings and Shoes stand in equal need of brushing"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 He fell on his back  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 At the sight of his Friend, Porthos uttered a loud Cry of Joy  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Now, through this loop-hole, I throw my Lasso"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan began to be bored, and so did the Vicar  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Her attitude was rather free"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 And the two Friends began to dance  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "What! you don't know me?"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Now, Gentlemen, if it's Battle you want, you shall have it"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 In the mean time Grimaud appeared in his Turn behind his Master  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Image of Devastation  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Landlord entered with the wine and a ham  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 And he hanged her on a Tree  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Two Aces!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "What's this? Nothing but the Saddles!"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "You are all eating Horse"  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The Lady on the Black Hood followed Porthos's Glances  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Porthos withdrew his dripping Hand from the Font  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Good Lord! How quickly men forget," said the Procureuse  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "A Letter for your Master," said she  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 The little feminine weapon flew into a thousand Pieces  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 D'Artagnan caught at his Bridle and stopped him  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Porthos began to make Passes at the Wall  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 Mars send Love to solicit Fortune  Les Trois Mousquetaires Leloir, Maurice 
 "Ah!" cried Joyeuse, parrying the blow, "I said you were a traitor, and as a traitor you shall die."  Les Quarante-Cinq  
 Just then he felt a pull at the scabbard of his sword.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 The Forty-Five Guardsmen, Classics Illustrated #113 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Les Quarante-Cinq  
 Dom Modeste drew a gigantic sabre from its iron scabbard and, brandishing it in the air, cried "Attention!"  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 He turned and saw Rémy, who had just reached a boat.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 It was before this portrait that the lady knelt with swelling heart.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "My! how heavy it is is!" said Samuel.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "Navarre! Navarre! Cahors is ours! Long Live Navarre!"  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 She dropped a rose which the prince gallantly hastened to pick up.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "You!" cried the lady in turn.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 With his right hand he drew his knife from its sheath.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 First page of "Les Quarante-Cinq" Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig BellLes Quarante-Cinq  
 Briquet at the window  Les Quarante-Cinq  
 "I said you were a traitor, and as a traitor you shall die"  Les Quarante-Cinq  
 page titre  Les Morts vont vite  
 Le voyageur a dit adieu à la civilisation.  Les Morts vont vite Doré, Gustave 
 M. de Chateaubriand.  Les Morts vont vite  
 Le duc d'Aumale.  Les Morts vont vite  
 Maison ou est mort S.A.R. Monseigneur le Duc D"Orléans le 13 juillet 4h 20m avenue de la révolte 1842 Les Morts vont vite  
 Hégésippe Moreau  Les Morts vont vite  
 Chansons de Béranger  Les Morts vont vite  
 Eugène Sue à cheval.  Les Morts vont vite  
 La grisette voulut avoir des robes et des chapeaux: elle se vendit. Pouget Les Morts vont vite  
 Alfred de Musset.  Les Morts vont vite Nanteuil, Célestin 
 Chief of Police cover From then 1908 M. A. Donohue version, paperback, part of the "Gaslight Detective Series" Les Mohicans de Paris  
 Chief of Police title page From then 1908 M. A. Donohue version, paperback, part of the "Gaslight Detective Series" Les Mohicans de Paris  
 The Duchess of Berry taken from Le Château de VersaillesLes Louves de Machecoul Lawrence, Thomas 
 Portrait of Charette  Les Louves de Machecoul  
 Castle Souday  Les Louves de Machecoul  
 Portrait of Louis XVIII  Les Louves de Machecoul  
 Portrait of Louis Philippe  Les Louves de Machecoul  
 Cathedral of Nantes  Les Louves de Machecoul  
 Chateau of Nantes  Les Louves de Machecoul  
 A letter by Dumas  Les Garibaldiens: Révolution de Sicile et de Naples; Une Odyssée en 1860 Dumas père, Alexandre 
 Lucien and M. de Château-Renaud duel (really from Historia De Espana - Vol 3, 1902) Les Frères corses; Une famille corse Margall, Francisco 
 The Corsican Brothers, Classic Comics #20 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Les Frères corses; Une famille corse  
 The Corsican Brothers, Classics Illustrated #20 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Les Frères corses; Une famille corse  
 "Ah! Your excellency, that fowl he gave me was such a skinny one"  Les Frères corses; Une famille corse McLellan, A. M. 
 Ad for Classic Comics "Corsican Brothers" Courtesy of Classics Central Les Frères corses; Une famille corse  
 Gabriel then went down, and, with a flag in his hand, advanced toward the duke.  Les Deux Diane  
 The market at Gorcum  Les Deux Diane  
 Philip V  Les Deux Diane  
 The first consul receives news from England.  Les Compagnons de Jéhu Van Muyden, Evert 
 Josephine seated herself at a rosewood secretary.  Les Compagnons de Jéhu Van Muyden, Evert 
 Charles Pichegru, republican general from an old print Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 "What could have induced you to break your oaths?" asked Morgan.  Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Moreau fought the vessels as he would have attacked a fortress, sending a regiment of hussars to board them.  Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 The grenadiers of the sixty-ninth brigade, led by Mailly, dashed at once into the breach.  Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Roland had closed with one of the standard-bearers of one of the head chiefs.  Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Napoléon, from an engraving by Mauduison from engraving by Mauduison Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Title page from Les blancs et les bleus  Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Paul Francois Jean, Vicomte de Barras from drawing by Raffet Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Eugène de Beauharnais from an engraving by Bosselman Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Jean-Baptiste Kleber from drawing by E. Charpentier Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Lazare Hoche from engraving by Bosselman Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 St. Just from engraving by W.H. Mote Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Battle of Dawendorf. Pichegru defeats an Austrian-French emigre army before Strasbourg, 1793. from a painting by Eugene Lami Les Blancs et les Bleus  
 Love and Liberty title page  Le Volontaire de '92; René d'Argonne, René Besson : un témoin de la Révolution  
 Love and Liberty listing page  Le Volontaire de '92; René d'Argonne, René Besson : un témoin de la Révolution  
 The Man in the Iron Mask  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 "You will look through the opening, which answers to one of the false windows made in the dome of the King's apartment. Can you see?"  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 The Man in the Iron Mask, Classics Illustrated #54 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 The Man in the Iron Mask, Classics Illustrated #54 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 La Vallière uttered a terrible shriek and threw herself back into Montalais' arms  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 "The king entered into the cell without pronouncing a single word: He was pale and haggard."  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 "They saw, by the red flashes of the lightning against the violet fog which the wind stamped upon the bankward sky, they saw pass gravely, at six paces behind the governor, a man clothed in black and masked by a visor of polished steel…"  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 "Aramis saw that the young man was stretched upon his bed, his face half-concealed by his arms."  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 De Wardes took aim at him, and fired.  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Patterson, Malcolm 
 "Here," replied the King, opening one of the folds of the screen.  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Patterson, Malcolm 
 "Is it for me that the King remains thus uncovered?"  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Patterson, Malcolm 
 The King advanced towards her.  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Patterson, Malcolm 
 The King darted through the trap-door.  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Patterson, Malcolm 
 The young girl was stretched upon the damp flagstones.  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Patterson, Malcolm 
 Trüchen was making a pair of earrings for Porthos.  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Patterson, Malcolm 
 Man of the Iron Mask (engraving)  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 The state prisoner in the Bastile  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 A woman perched on a ladder in deep conversation with a man seated in a tree  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 A dark complexioned girl who held out her hand  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 He vaulted over and dropped among the crowd below  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 As he was leading his horse out under the porch he heard a gentle voice calling him  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 "See yonder, Sire"  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 "I constitute you my successor"  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 The man in the iron mask  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 The King and La Valliere in the wood  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 Colbert and the duchess  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 The death of d'Artagnan  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard Adams, Frank 
 D'Artagnan, therefore, had passed the two days and the two nights of the voyage close to the coffin, alone with the general, offering him wine and food  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 "Oh, Monsieur, tell me that at the end of a year I shall then see my mother again"  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 Raoul presenting his pistol threw himself on the leader, commanding the coachman to stop  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 "You will look through the opening, which answers to one of the false windows made in the dome of the King's apartment. Can you see?"  Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, ou Dix ans plus tard  
 La mariée juive (The Jewish Bride), 1832  Le Véloce, ou Tanger, Alger et Tunis Delacroix, Ferdinand Victor Eugène 
 Femmes d'Alger dans leur appartement (Algerian Women in their Apartment), 1834  Le Véloce, ou Tanger, Alger et Tunis Delacroix, Ferdinand Victor Eugène 
 Le Maréchal de Richelieu  Le Testament de Monsieur Chauvelin  
 Louis XV  Le Testament de Monsieur Chauvelin  
 un bateau tunisien From Caboteurs et pecheurs de la cote de Tunisie 1888Le Speronare  
 The Ruins of the Greek Theatre, Taormina, Mount Aetna in the Distance  Le Speronare  
 His position was becoming critical  Le Prince des voleurs Adams, Frank 
 The wrinkled face of Sir Tristan appeared  Le Prince des voleurs Adams, Frank 
 Richard Coeur de Lion, King of England  Le Prince des voleurs Adams, Frank 
 The Page of the Duke of Savoy  Le Page du duc de Savoie; Emmanuel Philibert Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Mary Stuart  Le Page du duc de Savoie; Emmanuel Philibert  
 "Have you the wick?" asked the one who carried the lantern  Le Page du duc de Savoie; Emmanuel Philibert  
 Captain Planchet  Le Page du duc de Savoie; Emmanuel Philibert  
 Dumas' journal "Le Mousquetaire" Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig BellLe Mousquetaire  
 A young girl suddenly emerged from the underwood  Le Meneur de loups Adams, Frank 
 An immense wolf entered the room, walking on its hind legs  Le Meneur de loups Adams, Frank 
 The baron's horse shied, throwing the rider over its head  Le Meneur de loups Adams, Frank 
 At the same time I held the point of my sabre at the Czar vitche's breast.  Le Maître d'armes Bowyer, Alan J. 
 The Fencing Master (frontispiece)  Le Maître d'armes Patterson, Malcolm 
 He crumples up the Act of Abdication, and throwing it at his feet: "Never," said he, "death rather."  Le Maître d'armes Bowyer, Alan J. 
 I saw the infuriated animal above me, his jaws a mass of blood.  Le Maître d'armes Bowyer, Alan J. 
 …just when David was drawing his knife I put a pistol shot through his antagonist's head.  Le Maître d'armes Bowyer, Alan J. 
 She could only fall on her knees with her hands clasped.  Le Maître d'armes Bowyer, Alan J. 
 Ce n'est plus six mendiants qui vous attendent, c'est une armée.  Le Fléau de Naples  
 Le Roi Louis-Philippe De Louis-PhilippeLe Dernier roi des français, 1771 à 1851; Histoire de la vie politique et privée de Louis-Philippe Winterhalter, Franz Xavier 
 Article and note concerning "Le Sphinx Rouge" Attached to a copy of "A Bibliography of the Romances of Dumas père" Le Comte de Moret; Le Sphinx Rouge Reed, Frank Wild 
 Edmond Dantès and the Abbé Faria imprisoned in the Château d'If From Radio Times-Hulton. Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 "Caderousse started and turned pale. 'False!' he muttered. 'False! Why should that man give me a false diamond?'"  Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 The Count of Monte Cristo, Classic Comics #3 older cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 The Count of Monte Cristo, Classic Comics #3 newer cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 The Count of Monte Cristo, Classics Illustrated #3 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 The Count of Monte Cristo, Classics Illustrated #3 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 A receipted bill, with these words on a small slip of parchment, "Julie's Dowry"  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 "Ah, here is my mother!" cried the viscount  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 "Are you displeased with me?" cried Valentine  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 "Edmond, you will not kill my son?"  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 "Look!" said Jacopo  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 "One!" said the grave-diggers, "two! three!"  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 Then he double-locked his door  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 "Yes!" said Dantes, and he extended his hand to the Catalan with a cordial air  Le Comte de Monte Cristo Tawse, Sybil 
 "I tied my lantern to a forked branch I had remarked a year before at the precise spot where I stopped to dig the hole"  Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 Nicole's twenty-five louis d'ors  Le Comte de Monte Cristo  
 The Queens Necklace, Classics Illustrated #165 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Collier de la Reine  
 Cagliostro and Oliva  Le Collier de la Reine  
 The Queen's Necklace  Le Collier de la Reine  
 The avenging sword of Maurice had already cut through more than ten uniforms  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge; Les Girondins  
 The avenging sword of Maurice had already cut through more than ten uniforms, when he received the signal to surrender.  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge  
 "You are a dead man if you speak so loud."  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge  
 The first sight he encountered was the tall and noble figure of Maurice, standing haughtily before the bench of the accused.  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge  
 "Courage!" said the officer to the sappers, who worked indefatigably.  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge  
 "Open it yourself, then," said Maurice, "I do not arrest women."  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge  
 Louis flung his knife in the midst of a group of the condemned, one of whom immediately seized and buried it in his breast.  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge  
 The Meeting  Le Chevalier d'Harmental  
 The Conspirators, Classics Illustrated #158 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Le Chevalier d'Harmental  
 "He conducted the duchess towards the chateau."  Le Chevalier d'Harmental Hardy, Paul 
 "He tried to break through."  Le Chevalier d'Harmental Hardy, Paul 
 "It is a conspiracy, monseigneur."  Le Chevalier d'Harmental Hardy, Paul 
 "The regent seized the iron bars."  Le Chevalier d'Harmental Hardy, Paul 
 The Chevalier set Mirza to eat sugar  Le Chevalier d'Harmental  
 He lay motionless as if turned to stone  Le Château d'Eppstein; Albine Orr, Stewart 
 The duke, seated on a stone bench, watching his daughter  Le Château d'Eppstein; Albine Orr, Stewart 
 They turned quickly an saw Count Maximilian standing on the threshold  Le Château d'Eppstein; Albine Orr, Stewart 
 Cover of The Twin Lieutenants  Le Capitaine Richard  
 The executioners went about their work in dead silence  Le Capitaine Pamphile Adams, Frank 
 It was a royal tiger of the largest size  Le Capitaine Pamphile Adams, Frank 
 He raised his stick  Le Capitaine Pamphile Adams, Frank 
 Dumas in Arab dress  Le Bâtard de Mauléon  
 The knight appeared upon the threshold  Le Bâtard de Mauléon Teannin, F. E. 
 "Thou! Thou!" she murmured.  Le Bâtard de Mauléon Teannin, F. E. 
 La Duchesse de Berry taken from The Art of Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun siteLa Vendée et Madame Vigée Le Brun, Elisabeth Louise 
 The Duchess of Berry After a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence
From 1833 "Bull & Charton" translation of "Vendee et Madame" 
La Vendée et Madame Thomson, J. 
 The burning Chateau at La Penisserie de la Cour From 1833 "Bull & Charton" translation of "Vendee et Madame" La Vendée et Madame  
 General Dermoncourt From 1833 "Bull & Charton" translation of "Vendee et Madame" La Vendée et Madame  
 The Black Tulip, Classics Illustrated #73 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com La Tulipe noire  
 Boxtel watched every step and gesture of his neighbor.  La Tulipe noire  
 "Monseigneur! Monseigneur!" cried Rosa, throwing herself at the feet of the Stadtholder, "Cornelius is not guilty."  La Tulipe noire  
 Rosa brought her fresh cheek so near the grating, that Cornelius was able to touch it with his lips.  La Tulipe noire  
 Three times he felt, with a shudder, the cold stream of air from the knife coming near his neck.  La Tulipe noire  
 An old print which hangs in the cell of Cornelius DeWitt in the Gevangenpoort at The Hague from ArtToday clip 685315 La Tulipe noire  
 He urged his good horse onward  La Tulipe noire  
 La Tour de Nesles et l'Hôtel de Nevers  La Tour de Nesle  
 Bocage - As Buridan in "La Tour de Nesle"  La Tour de Nesle  
 Emma Hart, The Future Lady Hamilton, As Ariadne From Catherine Decker's Homepage La San-Felice et Emma Lyonna Vigée Le Brun, Elisabeth Louise 
 Cover of The Neapolitan Lovers  La San-Felice et Emma Lyonna  
 La San-Felice par Alexandre Dumas tome neuvième Remerciements à Jean-Marc GuerinLa San-Felice et Emma Lyonna  
 Portrait de Louis XVI The King is shown here in his coronation robes with the order of the Saint Esprit. 1779. Portraitgalerie, Schloss Ambras, Innsbruck, Austria La Route de Varennes Callet, Antoine François 
 La Revue nocturne  La Revue Nocturne  
 "If you are exiled, sir, I will be exiled too; if they imprison you, I will be your fellow-captive; if they kill you, I will die also."  La Reine Margot Skinner, E. F. 
 What do you want, sir?  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 As though it understood the words, the noble bird rose like an arrow  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Catharine seized the letter and made sure that it was the one she desired  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Coconnas at the gibbet  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "I did not kill your father. A curse upon you."  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Marguerite in the headsman's tower  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Marie uttered a cry and fell on her knees  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "Monsieur de la Mole!" exclaimed a sweet voice from the litter  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "Unfortunate man!" she cried, holding out the paper  La Reine Margot Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "He saw Marguerite lifting the tapestry"  La Reine Margot  
 Catherine de Medicis  La Reine Margot  
 Étienne Mélingue - As d'Artagnan in "La Jeunesse des Mousquetaires"  La Jeunesse des Mousquetaires  
 "The two fighters took their places facing each other" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Jeunesse de Pierrot; Le roi de Bohême Rountree, Harry 
 "Sprang clean over the ass" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Jeunesse de Pierrot; Le roi de Bohême Rountree, Harry 
 "He hugged the old folk, who wept over him" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Jeunesse de Pierrot; Le roi de Bohême Rountree, Harry 
 "Arrived at the top of the tower" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Jeunesse de Pierrot; Le roi de Bohême Rountree, Harry 
 "Set to work with such sharp little teeth and an air of delight" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Jeunesse de Pierrot; Le roi de Bohême Rountree, Harry 
 Bonaparte visitant les pestiférés de Jaffa (11 mars 1799) de Carol Gerten Fine Arts, peinture crée 1804 La Huitième Croisade Gros, Antoine-Jean 
 He took her in his arms as if she weighed no more than a feather  La Guerre des femmes Grivaz, Eugene 
 Duc d'Enghien  La Guerre des femmes  
 Princess de Conde  La Guerre des femmes  
 "Do you recognize me now, and do you know what it that I implore?"  La Guerre des femmes Grivaz, Eugene 
 Madame la Comtesse du Barry  La Femme au collier de velours  
 Marie Dorval (lithograph)  La Dernière année de Marie Dorval Gigoux, Jean 
 Portrait de Marie Dorval Archives Odéon D.R. (photo Laure Vasconi) La Dernière année de Marie Dorval Lazerges, Hippolyte 
 Madame Dorval - She entered the life of Dumas by way of a cab  La Dernière année de Marie Dorval  
 Balzac.  La Dernière année de Marie Dorval  
 "Diane uttered a feeble cry. The Count's pallor was that of a corpse, while his smile was that of a demon."  La Dame de Monsoreau Allen, A. W. 
 "Your highness mistakes your way," said Monsoreau. "True," said the duke, "thank you."  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 Chicot and Gorenflot  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "Diane Alive!" murmered the Baron de Méridor  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 Castle of Fontainebleau  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 Charles de Lorraine, Duke of Mayenne  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 "Jeanne ran away."  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 A terror he could not resist held François in its clutches.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Chicot ran over the parchment brought by Pierre de Gondy, his eyes sparkling with joy and pride.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 He took, or rather, tore, the pen from the count's hand and signed.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "I respect you monsieur; you were horribly jealous, but you were a brave man."  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "I was able to distinguish in front of his saddle the form of a woman, and his hand pressed over her mouth."  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Upon a little wooden bench backed against the church wall sat Diane.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "You are wounded, my dear monsieur, are you not?"  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "You will get me killed, madame," said he.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Étienne Mélingue - As Chicot in "La Dame de Monsoreau"  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 "Well, Henri, you can read, read this"  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 Cover of The Countess of Salisbury  La Comtesse de Salisbury; Édouard III  
 Cover of "The Countess of Salisbury"  La Comtesse de Salisbury; Édouard III  
 Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette  La Comtesse de Charny  
 "Brothers, a new assembly is to be convened in Paris."  La Comtesse de Charny Van Muyden, Evert 
 The Princess de Lamballe  La Comtesse de Charny  
 "'Yes, Monsieur,' said he, 'I am the King!'"  La Comtesse de Charny  
 He began to descend, holding his vessel high above his head.  La Boule de neige; Moullah Nour Grivaz, Eugene 
 On the edge of the pool was a girl of 15 or 16 years' old  La Boule de neige; Moullah Nour Adams, Frank 
 Moullah Nour's brows contracted darkly  La Boule de neige; Moullah Nour Adams, Frank 
 "Followed by a hooting crowd of … ragamuffins" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Bouillie de la comtesse Berthe Rountree, Harry 
 "In a boat which floated … as if at anchor" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Bouillie de la comtesse Berthe Rountree, Harry 
 "He took to his heels" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Bouillie de la comtesse Berthe Rountree, Harry 
 " 'Do what that writing bids you!' " From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Bouillie de la comtesse Berthe Rountree, Harry 
 "The poor workman rushed after it" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Bouillie de la comtesse Berthe Rountree, Harry 
 "A deputation from the cobolds" From the 1904 translation of "Fairy Tales by Dumas" La Bouillie de la comtesse Berthe Rountree, Harry 
 l'Orestye, acte II, scène iv Sold by aoamerica on eBay to glidernyc for $US 307 on 2000-02-10. L' Orestie Dumas père, Alexandre 
 François II, King of France  L' Horoscope  
 Louis de Bourbon, Prince de Conde  L' Horoscope  
 Catherine de Medici  L' Horoscope  
 Cover of "The Horoscope" From a paperback Methuen edition of The Horoscope L' Horoscope  
 Cover of The Watchmaker  L' Horloger  
 "Aramis," he said, "break your sword in two"   Vingt Ans après  
 Twenty Years After, Classic Comics #41 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com  Vingt Ans après  
 Twenty Years After, Classics Illustrated #41 cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com  Vingt Ans après  
 Twenty Years After, Classics Illustrated #41 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com  Vingt Ans après  
 Grimaud threw the dagger on the table   Vingt Ans après Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "You need not take the trouble, Monseigneur"   Vingt Ans après Adams, Frank 
 Again they rode on   Vingt Ans après Adams, Frank 
 "Come in gentlemen," said the Queen   Vingt Ans après Adams, Frank 
 Charles stood before them   Vingt Ans après Adams, Frank 
 Billet d'Hamlet à Ophélie, signeé par Dumas purchased from Signature House  Vers d'Hamlet à Ophélie; Billet d'Hamlet à Ophélie Dumas père, Alexandre 
 Pacte du Sieur Grandier présenté au proçes de celui ci Taken from http://www.elifas.claranet.fr/pacteurb.html  Urbain Grandier  
 Urbain Grandier Taken from http://www.elifas.claranet.fr/loudun.html  Urbain Grandier  
 Bocage - In Térésa   Térésa  
 Constance   Sylvandire  
 Tancrede and Constance   Sylvandire  
 Tancrede and Sylvandire   Sylvandire  
 "Here is Sultanetta's marriage gift"   Sultanetta; Ammalat Beg Adams, Frank 
 page titre   Propos d'art et de cuisine  
 Brillat-Savarin   Propos d'art et de cuisine  
 Clesinger   Propos d'art et de cuisine  
 Ils enlevaient les femmes, les emportant entre leurs bras.   Propos d'art et de cuisine  
 Colbrun   Propos d'art et de cuisine  
 The priest fell on his knees and prayed   Orthon l'Archer McLellan, A. M. 
 Louise-Julie de Nesle, Comtesse de Mailly   Olympe de Clèves Petitot 
 At the doors of the Comédie française   Olympe de Clèves Van Muyden, Evert 
 Portrait of Louis XV 1739, from the Library of Congress  Olympe de Clèves Leblon, Jacques-Christophe 
 Costumes of the Bourbonnais   Nouvelles impressions de voyage: Midi de la France  
 Scene in a Southern Cabaret   Nouvelles impressions de voyage: Midi de la France  
 La couverture de Nouvelles Contemporaines   Nouvelles contemporaines  
 T. donnant une leçon de Grâce et de Dignité imperiale The actor Talma giving Napoleon a lesson in grace and imperial dignity. From La Fondation Napoléon Mémoires de J.-F. Talma  
 Talma Archives Comédie Française D.R. (photographe Françoise Foliot)  Mémoires de J.-F. Talma  
 Talma, grand tragédien de l'époque révolutionnaire, fut fort apprécié par l'empereur Napoléon. Ici dans le rôle-titre d'Hamlet, dans l'adaptation de Ducis d'après Shakespeare. Collection Comédie-Française  Mémoires de J.-F. Talma Lagrenée, Anthelme-François 
 Talma - The great actor blessed Dumas when the young man first came to Paris   Mémoires de J.-F. Talma  
 Guiseppe Garibaldi From a carbon reproduction by Sherman and McHugh of an original daguerreotype owned by Peter Gilsey, Esq., New York. (source Mémoires de Garibaldi  
 Mémoires de Garibaldi From The Anthony P. Campanella Collection of Giuseppe Garibaldi Mémoires de Garibaldi  
 Garibaldi at the Siege of Rome (1849)   Mémoires de Garibaldi Gregori, Luigi 
 Alexandre Dumas (From a photograph taken in 1860)   Mémoires de Garibaldi  
 Garibaldi's mother   Mémoires de Garibaldi Matania, Fortunino 
 Map of Rio Grande and Uruguay   Mémoires de Garibaldi  
 Anita, Garibaldi's wife   Mémoires de Garibaldi Matania, Fortunino 
 General Pacheco y Obes   Mémoires de Garibaldi Decaux, Charles 
 Juan Manuel Rozas   Mémoires de Garibaldi Decaux, Charles 
 Admiral Brown   Mémoires de Garibaldi Decaux, Charles 
 Itinerary map of the retreat from Rome   Mémoires de Garibaldi  
 Paul de Flotte   Mémoires de Garibaldi  
 "My dear lieutenant of police, I will blow your brains out." From Joseph Balsamo  Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 Balsamo and Lorenza   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 "I am going to wait on you myself," said the countess.   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 Nicole's twenty-five Louis-d'Ors.   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 The death of Althotas.   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 The elixir of life   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 The escape of Gilbert.   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 "The stranger was received by the Baron de Taverney, in his dressing-gown."   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 "The young man supported Andrée with his uninjured arm, Nicole sustained her on the other side."   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 "They tell me you are setting out on a journey," Said the king.   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 "You offer me what I not your to give."   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 "You offer me what is not yours to give"   Mémoires d'un médecin: Joseph Balsamo  
 Edmund Kean   Kean, ou Désordre et génie  
 August von Kotzebue From http://gutenberg.aol.de/autoren/kotzebue.htm Karl Ludwig Sand  
 Karl-Ludwig Sand From http://fuxx.future.easyspace.com/wartburg/personen.htm Karl Ludwig Sand  
 Joan of Arc at the Coronation of Charles VII From CGFA  Jehanne la Pucelle, 1429-1431 Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique 
 I galloped as hard as I could go   Jacquot sans Oreilles Browne, Gordon 
 We took grips of one another   Jacquot sans Oreilles Browne, Gordon 
 Throwing myself from the top of the cliff, broke the ice with my head   Jacquot sans Oreilles Browne, Gordon 
 Christine de Pisan offers her works to Isabel of Bavaria From Tulane University Isabel de Bavière  
 Frontispiece   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 I imagined Monsieur would like me to be handsomely dressed.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 In his jaws he held a cutlet he had just filched from the gridiron.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Mysouff used to dance about my legs like a dog.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 The dog had a sugar-basin on his nose like a muzzle.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Mademoiselle Desgarcius opens the soda water bottle   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Mouton was mangling my hand   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 I caught my victim by one paw   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Catinat leapt at my throat as if he wanted to strangle me.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 I let fly with my switch full tilt at Jugurtha.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Pritchard had collapsed on the ground.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Pritchard looked at me sadly and lovingly … and died.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Pritchard walked in proudly, holding in his jaws a magnificent great hare.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 Suddenly Pritchard gave a leap.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 The dog gave a spring and seized the lad by the pocket of his jacket.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 The horse hung suspended over the precipice.   Histoire de mes bêtes Lecomte, V. 
 "A rush of the mercenaries hedged in St. Megrin and Vitry, carried to the stairway foot." from The King's Gallant, based on Henri III et sa cour  Henri III et sa cour Grunwald, Charles 
 "In at the gap--dashed a score of men."   Henri III et sa cour Grunwald, Charles 
 "Ruggieri look at him so closely that their brows almost touched."   Henri III et sa cour Grunwald, Charles 
 "She became marble, and listlessly watched him pour some fluid into a cup of water on the table."   Henri III et sa cour Grunwald, Charles 
 "The rest rushed on the now prostrate body, like wolves on a stricken buck."   Henri III et sa cour Grunwald, Charles 
 Advertisement for The King's Gallant   Henri III et sa cour  
 Louise Despreaux - The "page" of "Henri III et sa cour"   Henri III et sa cour  
 Hamlet et Horatio au cimetière (Hamlet and Horatio in the Cemetery), 1839   Hamlet, prince de Danemark Delacroix, Ferdinand Victor Eugène 
 The burning of "The Enchantress"   Georges Orr, Munro S. 
 The meeting   Georges Orr, Munro S. 
 The escape   Georges Orr, Munro S. 
 Frontispiece from "The Galley Slave" From "The Galley Slave" (London, George Peirce, 1849)  Gabriel Lambert  
 Galley Slaves From "The Galley Slave" (London, George Peirce, 1849)  Gabriel Lambert  
 Shakespeare From ArtToday  Étude sur "Hamlet" et sur William Shakespeare, par Alexandre Dumas  
 Don Carlos   El Salteador  
 Cover of The Brigand   El Salteador  
 Cover of "The Brigand"   El Salteador  
 Étienne Mélingue - As the Angel of Evil in "Don Juan de Marana"   Don Juan de Marana ou la chute d'un ange  
 Advertisement for D'Artagnan the King Maker   D'Artagnan the King-Maker  
 Oliver Cromwell From ArtToday Cromwell et Charles Premier  
 Mary Stuart, at Lochleven Castle, forced to sign her abdication.   Crimes célèbres Wagrez, Jacques Clement 
 Queen Christina In the possession of Freiherr Carl Gripenstedt, Photo by Hans Bergman, Örebro  Christine, ou Stockholm, Fontainebleau, et Rome Bourdon, Sébastien 
 Monaldeschi before Queen Christine - The bas-relief by Mlle. De Fauveau which suggested the play "Christine" to Dumas The original is in the "Salon."  Christine, ou Stockholm, Fontainebleau, et Rome  
 "I am coming, Henri"   Cécile; La Robe de Noces Smith, D. Murray 
 "Is it really true you will buy it, and for the price I ask?"   Cécile; La Robe de Noces Smith, D. Murray 
 For an hour they stood lost in meditation without uttering a word   Cécile; La Robe de Noces Smith, D. Murray 
 Causeries   Causeries Doré, Gustave 
 Causeries The page titre de volume 57 d'Alexandre Dumas Illustré  Causeries  
 Elle est morte tristement, comme meurent ces malhereuses créatures.   Causeries  
 On attire les éléphants dans use espèce de parc fermé de palissades énormes.   Causeries  
 Ces quatre hommes avaient été chargés de l'attaque d'une diligence.   Causeries  
 Maquet   Causeries  
 Alors, toute la société se lance dans l'orgie et se grise àqui mieux mieux. G. Perrichon T  Causeries Doré, Gustave 
 L'homme était couché sous le lion, qui lui déchirait les cuisses.   Causeries  
 Les courses d'Epsom   Causeries  
 Cover of "All For a Crown"   Catherine Howard  
 Buste de Caligula de Forum Romanum  Caligula  
 Buste de Caligula de Les Châtiments  Caligula  
 "'Of what are you thinking, Therese?' he asked." Thanks to Paul for the scan.  Black Grivaz, Eugene 
 "He again renewed the pursuit." Thanks to Paul for the scan.  Black Grivaz, Eugene 
 "He saw the honest, placid face of a dog." Thanks to Paul for the scan.  Black Grivaz, Eugene 
 Benvenuto Cellini's famous gold salt cellar Found at Web Gallery of Art  Ascanio  
 Bocage - In the role of Antony   Antony  
 Loud applause burst forth.   Ange Pitou Hardy, Paul 
 The doctor was raised above this sea of heads.   Ange Pitou Hardy, Paul 
 Billot spurred on Margot through the fire.   Ange Pitou Hardy, Paul 
 He was compelled to do him justice as a dancer.   Ange Pitou Hardy, Paul 
 "The distance was too great to enable him to see clearly"   Ange Pitou  
 Philip's pistol went off   Amaury Browne, Gordon 
 She opened her hand and dropped the epistolary shower   Amaury Browne, Gordon 
 He was kneeling on the ground   Amaury Browne, Gordon 
 The Theban was seen to exhibit visible and successive signs of agony   Acté Browne, Gordon 
 Nero saw a shadowy form   Acté Browne, Gordon 
 "My name is Paul"   Acté Browne, Gordon 
 Couverture de Die Totenhand, suite de Le Comte de Monte Cristo par Alfredo Hogan   A Mão do Finado  
 Lamartine courtesy French Embassy, from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman  À M. Émile Barrault. À propos de sa lettre à M. de Lamartine  
 Portrait d'Alexandre Dumas   Grosch, O. 
 Alexandre Dumas (engraving)    
 Portrait d'Alexandre Dumas From the Mansell collection.  Nadar 
 Dumas as a young man (b/w) 1829  Devéria, Achille 
 Dumas as a young man (colour)   Devéria, Achille 
 Alexandre Dumas (photo)   Reutlinger, Charles 
 Alexandre Dumas fils, author of La Dame aux Camélias (Camille) 1864   
 Henry Bauer [sic], fils naturel d'Alexandre Dumas père Used without permission from http://www.library.nwu.edu/spec/siege/ Northwestern University Library -- Special Collections The Siege and Commune of Paris, 1870-1871   
 Alexandre Dumas (painting)    
 Alexandre Dumas (photo) From ArtToday Dubufe 
 Alexandre Dumas (engraving)    
 Portrait of Dumas    
 Bestriding the Swiss Alps An 1833 cartoon from the Bibliothèque nationale de France  
 Alexandre Dumas (photo) From ArtToday  
 Alexandre Dumas (painting) From ArtToday  
 Alexandre Dumas (photo) From ArtToday  
 Château de Monte-Cristo De Le Château de Monte-Cristo. La maison d'Alexandre Dumas.   
 Le général Thomas-Alexandre Dumas (détail) Musée Dumas, Villers-Cotterêts  Pichat 
 Alexandre Dumas en 1830, anonyme, L'Artiste, revue de Paris, mars 1881 From Gallica   
 Portrait of Dumas    
 Margaret of Anjou    
 Adah Isaacs Menken, 1867 Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig Bell  
 Auguste Maquet, 1847 Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig Bell  
 Chateau de Monte-Cristo Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig Bell  
 Gustave Doré's statue of Dumas on the Place Malesherbes, Paris Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig Bell Doré, Gustave 
 Alexandre Dumas 1802-1870 Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig Bell  
 Dumas' birthplace, Rue Alexandre Dumas, Villers-Cotterets Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig Bell  
 General Dumas Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig Bell  
 Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin    
 Alfred de Musset    
 André Maurois    
 Charles Nodier    
 François-René de Chateaubriand   Girodet 
 Frank W. Reed and his Dumas Collection    
 George Sand (painting)   Charpentier, Auguste 
 Gérard de Nerval   Nadar 
 John Paul Jones    
 Prosper Mérimée   d'Angers, David 
 Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle    
 Théophile Gautier    
 George Sand (sketch in top hat)   Delacroix, Ferdinand Victor Eugène 
 George Sand   Boilly, Julien 
 Pierre Bocage in costume for Les Beaux Messieurs de Bois-Doré by George Sand    
 Sainte-Beuve   Bornemann 
 Alfred de Vigny courtesy French Embassy, from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman   
 Alexandre Dumas at 28 from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman   
 Dumas fils in later years from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman   
 Alexandre's father, General Dumas from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman   
 Jules Eckert Goodman from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman  Young, Katherine 
 Mademoiselle Georges property of M. le Comte Edmond de Pourtales, photo courtesy Culver Service, from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman  Gerard, François 
 Mademoiselle Mars courtesy Documentation Française, photo by Studio Bernard, from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman   
 Victor Hugo from The Road to Monte Cristo by Jules Eckert Goodman  Devéria, Achille 
 Un détail de la troupe des sociétaires de la Comédie-Française en 1840, réunis dans le Foyer des artistes, dans le costume de leur emploi. Au centre, Mademoiselle Mars dans le rôle de Célimène (Le Misanthrope, Molière). Collection Comédie-Française  Geffroy, Edmond 
 Alexandre Dumas    
 Logo pour A. Levasseur et Cie., Editeurs Volume 57   
 Alexandre Dumas fils   Burney 
 Portrait de Mademoiselle Georges Archives Odéon D.R. (photo Laure Vasconi)  Courtot, A. 
 Portrait de Pierre Bocage    
 Lola Montès From Lola Montez: The Reluctant Victorian.  Steiler, Josef 
 Lola Montès    
 Lola Montès From Lola Montez: The Reluctant Victorian.   
 Lola Montès From Steampunk Resources  
 Lola Montès From Thomas Publications Catalog  
 Mille amitiés, A. Dumas Thanks to Stan  
 Villers-Cotterêts De Air Libre  
 Laure Labay, mère de Dumas fils De Alexandre Dumas  
 Marie-Louise Elizabeth Labouret, Dumas' mother Archives Europe, from Alexandre Dumas: The King of Romance by F. W. J. Hemmings  
 Ida Ferrier, Dumas' wife (lithograph) Roger Viollet, from Alexandre Dumas: The King of Romance by F. W. J. Hemmings Constant, A. 
 James Fenimore Cooper   Jarvis, John Wesley 
 E. T. A. Hoffman De Ex Libris  
 Nadar    
 Théophile Gautier   Nadar 
 Jules Janin    
 Andrew Lang From Biographies of Folklorists   
 Jules Hippolyte Lermina De Acamédia  
 Jules Hippolyte Lermina Pending permission from The Siege and Commune of Paris, 1870-1871  
 Dumas autograph In the possession of nobagoo@aol.com Dumas père, Alexandre 
 Advertisement for Twenty-Five of Dumas' Masterpieces    
 Frank Morlock    
 Portrait of Alexandre Dumas Illustration on the cover of Every Saturday January 28, 1871   
 Arthur D. Rypinski, 1999    
 Alexandre Dumas From Die Totenhand, a forged sequel to Le Comte de Monte Cristo   
 Gustave Doré from CGFA  Doré, Gustave 
 French copperplate engraving of Dumas and the Musketeers 1970, scan by moimimi  Decaris, Albert 
 F. W. Reed at his desk in New Zealand in the collection of Conrad Cady   
 Portrait d'Eugène Delacroix   Nadar 
 Portrait de Marceline Desbordes-Valmore   Nadar 
 Portrait de Gustave Doré   Nadar 
 Portrait d'Alexandre Dumas père avec sa fille Marie   Nadar 
 Portrait de Théophile Gautier   Nadar 
 Portrait de Victor-Marie Hugo   Nadar 
 Portrait de Gérard de Nerval   Nadar 
 Portrait de Nadar   Nadar 
 Portrait de George Sand   Nadar 
 Michel Lévy from The George Sand Site   
 Portrait du Baron Taylor   Nadar 
 Portrait d'Arsène Houssaye   Nadar 
 Portrait de Hector Berlioz   Nadar 
 A signed note to Merteuil requesting theatre tickets. Thanks to Tom Platt for the scan.  Dumas père, Alexandre 
 Nuno Ponces, 1999    
 Jean Dominique Auguste Ingres taken from CGFA   
 C. Conrad Cady, 1999    
 Villa Alexandre Dumas, Arcachon 61. Archachon (Cote d'Argent) Villa Alexandre Dumas (Ville d'hiver)   
 Paul Meurice du Projet Hugo  Gerschel 
 Harry Rountree, illustrator From http://www.bpib.com/rountree.htm   
 Alexandre Dumas From "About The World", Scribner's Magazine, Vol 19, Issue 5   
 General Alexandre Dumas From "About The World", Scribner's Magazine, Vol 19, Issue 5   
 Alexandre Dumas, père From "A Few French Celebrities", Harpers, Volume 47, Issue 282   
 Alexandre Dumas, père.--from the painting by Vieusseux From "Acting and Authors" Harpers Magazine, Volume 76, Issue 455, page 685   
 Alexandre Dumas the Elder From "The Elder Dumas," The Century, Volume 51, Issue 5, 1896. Engraved by T. Johnson, from photograph of portrait by Dubufe.  Dubufe 
 Lettre à Marie Dumas, signé par Dumas Plus d'infos. More information.  Dumas père, Alexandre 
 Gros s'élançant dans l'éternité de la Musée des Augustins  Bordier du Bignon, Jaques Charles 
 Gaetano Donizetti    
 Maréchal Brune from La Fondation Napoléon   
 Maréchal Brune from Napoléon 1er   
 Portrait équestre du Maréchal Brune from Musée Labenche  Seguin 
 Torquato Tasso dans l'asile de fous (Torquato Tasso in the Insane Asylum), 1839   Delacroix, Ferdinand Victor Eugène 
 Alexandre Dumas (Monte Cristo) - During the years of the great romances Dumas was the uncrowned king of Paris Eug. Giraud prix, Lecouturier Sculp.   
 Thomas Alexandre Dumas, General in the Armies of the French Republic, Born at Jérémie in America, March 25th, 1762 - The father of Dumas was called "le diable noir" by his contemporaries    
 Mademoiselle Mars - Her "temperamental upsets" continually disturbed Dumas    
 Palais-Royal, Street Front    
 A View Under the Arcade of the Palais-Royal    
 Frederic Soulié - This writer was the first real literary friend that Dumas knew    
 Les Frères Provenceaux - Dumas dined many times in this famous restaurant    
 Mademoiselle Georges - The Shadow of Bonaparte still hovered about her and made her an object of awed curiousity to the populace    
 Victor Hugo - The Sun-God, in spite of his jealousy, remained a good friend to Dumas Louis Monzies d'après Deveria  Monziès, Louis 
 Alfred de Vigny - He was one of the Romantic triumvirate with Dumas and Hugo    
 Dumas in 1832 - He was once more on the bright crest of the wave of romanticism   Devéria, Achille 
 Delphine Gay - The Parisian literary world called her the tenth muse    
 Chateaubriand - The old father of Romaticism was a witness at the wedding of Dumas    
 The Quadroon Chef - Dumas concocting his bouillabaise of romance    
 Etienne Carjat's idea of Dumas - The novelist was always excellent game for caricaturists   Carjat, Étienne 
 Dumas toward 1850 - He had just passed the peak of his popularity    
 Alexandre Dumas, fils    
 Émile Deschamps - He was one of the instigators of the Romantic Movement    
 Sainte-Beuve - The "father of modern criticism"    
 Alexandre Dumas - The Giant The Goncourt brothers spoke of Dumas' face as resembling that of the Man in the Moon  Meyer, H. 
 Delacroix - The famous painter was always a friend to Dumas   Nadar 
 La Menken and the Incredible Marquis - Ada leaning lovingly on his shoulder and Dumas beaming like a satisfied old satyr   Petit, Pierre 
 Dumas in the sixties - He grew excessively stout in his later years    
 Old advertisement for "The Novels of Alexandre Dumas" From a paperback Methuen edition of The Horoscope   
 The family grave of Laure Labay Taken by Arthur Rypinski in the Cimetière de Neuilly  Rypinski, Arthur D. 
 The entrance to the Cimetière de Neuilly where Laure Labay is buried Taken by Arthur Rypinski in the Cimetière de Neuilly  Rypinski, Arthur D. 
 The family grave of Laure Labay Taken by Arthur Rypinski in the Cimetière de Neuilly  Rypinski, Arthur D. 
 The family grave of Laure Labay Taken by Arthur Rypinski in the Cimetière de Neuilly  Rypinski, Arthur D. 
 Table of Contents of "A Bibliography of the Romances of Dumas père"   Reed, Frank Wild 
 Alexandre Dumas   Nadar 
 Alexandre Dumas   Grosch, O. 
 Alexandre Dumas   Nadar 
 The Birthplace of Alexandre Dumas, Villers-Cotterets    
 Émile de Girardin    
 Théophile Gautier    
 George Sand    
 Alphonse de Lamartine    
 Pierre Jean de Béranger    
 Alexandre Dumas    
 Paul Féval Printed in Paris by Berlats c1860. This plate was drawn and lithographed by Carjat.  Carjat, Étienne 
     

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